Minister for Enterprise Jonathan Bell says it is “vital”  the North has control over corporation tax. Photograph: Aaron McCracken/Harrisons/PA

What’s happening to Northern Ireland’s big plans to introduce a lower rate of corporation tax to rival that of the Republic’s and entice new investors(...)

Police line up in front of Loyalist protesters on the Crumlin Road in Belfast. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA.

Violence in north Belfast during Orange Order parades has been condemned on all sides in Northern Ireland. Twenty-four police officers were hurt and (...)

Tughans offices in Belfast city centre. Photograph: Justin Kernoghan/PhotopressBelfast.co.uk

Anyone in Northern Ireland with an undeclared offshore bank account could be forgiven for feeling a little anxious. Not only have revelations about th(...)

Northern Ireland First Minister Peter Robinson said that no one in his family or his party sought to benefit by “one penny” from the purchase of Nama’s Northern Ireland 850-property portfolio.

The North’s First Minister Peter Robinson has said that no one in his family or his party sought to benefit by “one penny” from the purchase of Nama’s(...)

Solid brief: Independent TD Mick Wallace told the Dáil  £7 million had been lodged in an Isle of Man account “reportedly earmarked for a Northern Ireland politician or party”. Photograph: Eric Luke

Namagate, as Jim Allister, the Traditional Unionist Voice leader, has dubbed it, to the annoyance of the National Asset Management Agency, is a big(...)

Sammy Wilson, who met with minister for finance Brian Lenihan in October 2009 to discuss Nama’s Northern portfolio. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

2009: Nama created to deal with toxic bank loans. It is greeted by more than a degree of wariness in the North amongst business and political leade(...)

First Minister Peter Robinson. Photograph:  Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Confusion surrounds the status of a meeting between investment group Cerberus, First Minister Peter Robinson and others at Stormont just 10 days befor(...)

The PSNI is launching a “criminal inquiry” into the allegations by Mick Wallace that a Northern Ireland politician or party may have been in line to benefit by up to £7 million as a result of a major Nama sale.

The PSNI has confirmed that it is launching a “criminal inquiry” into the allegations by independent TD Mick Wallace that a Northern Ireland politicia(...)

Nama sold €5.6 billion worth of loans against northern Irish properties to Cerberus for €1.7 billion in June 2014. The US fund hired US lawyers Brown and Rudnick, along with  Northern Irish firm Tughans, as advisers. File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

State agency Nama on Tuesday defended the sale of its Northern Ireland loans, which has sparked a row over claims of corrupt payments and is facing pa(...)

The list of people and businesses the Northern Assembly finance committee wants to hear evidence from about Mick Wallace’s Nama allegations provides its own narrative about this complex case.

The list of people and businesses the Northern Assembly finance committee wants to hear evidence from about Mick Wallace’s Nama allegations provides i(...)